Start a Business

By ACS Distance Education on June 13, 2018 in Education & Jobs Success | comments
If you like the idea of owning and running an education or book business -or both - we can make that a lot easier than you might have thought.

Weight Training at Home

By ACS Distance Education on June 5, 2018 in Health | comments

You don't need a gym to do weight training; but you do need a proper understanding of human anatomy, fitness and resistance exercise.
Lifting weights is not a matter of more is better. People who start lifting weights will often do too much and cause damage; but if you start with what is relatively easy; and build your strength slowly, lifting with the right number of repetitions and moving properly when you lift - then there is no reason you cannot build your strength with weight training at home.

What to Study

By ACS Distance Education on May 31, 2018 in Education & Jobs Success | comments

Choosing what to study is difficult for many people; but it doesn't need to be.

The main reason why it is so difficult is simple: If You know How a Course will Benefit You; You probably Don't Need to Do that Course


Long Term Physiological Affects of Stress

By ACS Distance Education on May 25, 2018 in Animals, Health & Psychology | comments

When someone suffers from chronic stress or the ongoing trauma from a negative life changing event, it is very physically exhausting.

If you imagine your body continuously in a fight or flight response state then it should become obvious that this will quickly drain your physical and emotional resources.

It takes so much energy that our bodies simply cannot maintain this level of alertness indefinitely.    


Growing Year Round Beans

By ACS Distance Education on April 26, 2018 in Environmental Issues & Horticulture | comments

Growing Beans Year Round 

For the home vegetable garden, the most widely grown beans are usually common (green) beans, runner beans, and broad beans. The common bean is known by a number of other names including green beans, French beans, haricot beans, flageolet, and string beans. They are all cultivars of Phaseolus vulgaris. Most green beans have a compact or bushy growth habit and are referred to as ‘bush beans’, or sometimes ‘dwarf beans’.  Some cultivars have a climbing habit and are known as pole beans. Runner beans, Phaseolus coccineus, are also climbers. They have striking red flowers which have made them popular as ornamental vines as well as vegetable crops.  Broad beans, Vicia faba, go by many other names like faba beans, fava beans, horse beans, field beans and English beans. It all depends where you live. In Australia, New Zealand and the UK, broad bean is the preferred name whereas in the United States they are called fava beans.